Here We Go…election open thread
Osama bin Laden propaganda film released before election is called ‘so bad, it won’t sway anyone’… as Obama is given exaggerated starring role…
But the made-for-TV movie, released two days before the elections, was a flop. When it debuted on Sunday, it was panned by TV critics as a ‘dim and simple-minded work of fiction’ — incapable of swaying even the most ambivalent voters.
Napolitano ‘toured’, still no help coming in the hardest hit areas. Read it all
Obama got his photo-op, should be in DC pushing those people in FEMA to get more help to those people.
Media Slammed Mitt’s Food Donations, Now Sandy Victims Plead for… Food Donations
This is so typical of “the news,” isn’t it? Instead of reporting, they opine. For days the media ridiculed Romney for the food donation event, yet now they are reporting that Romney’s initial instinct was exactly what was needed.
Full page ad in the Washington Times;
“We, the undersigned, proudly support Governor Mitt Romney as our next President and Commander-in-Chief.” A note at the bottom of the ad says that the officers all paid for the ad themselves. The list includes officers who served in the United States Army, the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, and the United States Air Force. Read it all
Unemployment up, mining has lost 17,000 jobs since May 0f 2012, new regulations at the end of November will prevent any new coal fired power plants from being built, not one new refinery has been built since the 50s. 11 million acres of land set aside in Alaska for oil exploration have been closed off by the Dept. of Interior.
Look at us, is Obama’s vision of America what you really want to be? Is he really the best to answer the 3:00 AM call? Benghazi tells me no, he is not. Do we really want a President who has a ‘hit list’? Or one who can lock up American citizens indefinitely?
When it comes to a choice, Mitt Romney is the best candidate to fill the job.
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